Rain Moving Back In

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    San Diego isn't out of the woods just yet.

    Days removed from a storm that brought heavy amounts of rain Sunday through Monday morning, San Diego can likely expect more rain Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

    The NWS reports San Diego has a 60 percent chance of seeing precipitation Wednesday afternoon.

    Showers are forecasted at 100 percent Wednesday night with temperatures falling to about 50 degrees and a south wind becoming west.

    Up to a half inch of rain is expected west of the mountains and maybe an inch in the foothills and lower mountain elevations. 

    Snow is possible up to 4,000 feet,  maybe 6 inches on top and an inch or two as low as Julian and maybe even Pine Valley and I-8.  Strong, gusty winds are also expected this evening, some of which could exceed 40 mph in the mountains.

    The main body of the storm moves out overnight, but residual moisture in the atmosphere will keep the threat of sprinkles and scattered showers in the forecast all day Thursday with yet another storm moving in late Thursday or early Friday.

    This storm should produce similar rainfall amounts and possibly add more snow to the mountain tops.

    San Diego then should see a break late Friday through the weekend with sunshine and warmer temps on tap for Monday.